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Sixth Form Virtual Open Event

The Sixth Form Open Event is now available to view on our website.
The page will remain in place until the application deadline closes.

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Week 1

It is a real pleasure, as the Headteacher of The Cottesloe School, to welcome you to our website and to our school.

The Cottesloe School is a vibrant and challenging learning community. Our students benefit from highly qualified and exceptionally committed staff, who recognise the importance of creative and challenging teaching and high professional standards.

Our curriculum has carefully designed pathways to make sure it meets the needs of all our students. It provides an excellent range of options in GCSE and A Level qualifications supported by a range of vocational courses.


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Final date to collect GCSE and A Level artwork

Friday 11th December

08:00 - 15:00

Christmas Holidays

Monday 21st December

00:00 - 00:00

Staff Inset Day

Monday 4th January

08:00 - 17:00


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The Cottesloe School

26 November, 2020

In addition to studying for her A levels and being a Head Student at Cottesloe, Zahra, in Year 13, is a Youth Town Councillor and is a volunteer for Aylesbury Youth Action. She features in the latest edition the Aylesbury Town Matters online magazine where she writes about her role within the town council. Her article is on page 23. Zahra has also won the highest award - 'Volunteer of the Year 2020' at Aylesbury Youth Action. It is great to see a student from The Cottesloe School making an impact in their local community! Hopefully her actions will inspire and encourage other young people to become more active and make a positive impact within their community. #Volunteer #AylesburyYouthAction #Aylesbury #AylesburyYouthTownCouncil #PrepareAspireSucceed

Zahra features in the latest edition the Aylesbury Town Matters @aylesburytc online magazine - her article about he…